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that they but madeleine albright was, secretary of state, and she is with us today and we are so honored. we agreed to that day as we saying happy birthday so loudly we thought you could hear us and it was important that you know how well we wish you but we also wanted to -- let the people in burma to know how strongly we felt about you as well as how hard we are willing to fight for you. i know that i consent i speak for all here today when i say that our hearts are full of joy to celebrate aung san suu kyi in her presence. her presence today is remarkable. when we pass the gold medal legislation in 2008, it was thought maybe it would be given in absentia but aung san suu kyi knew better. she knew if we waited a bit we could celebrate in this way. it is a symbol of the progress in burma and the bond between her and united states. within 15 years ago she said to the world please use your liberty to promote hours. with sanctions and boycotts, rallies and legislation and direct dialogue and engagement, you did. the obama administration and secretary clinton are to be commended for their policy engage
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, the students in serbia and is a of madeleine albright was supported because word got to vent because one of their stickers was on her desk in the state state department while they were active in their fight. they send back a message saying thank you, that's wonderful. we let you are supporting us. nothing would undermine us quicker than for everyone to believe we are some madeleine albright in a ditch, cemex tension of the u.s. government. will lose credibility and immediately. we have to understand these people that are progressive, let's say there's 10% of the country. these people that are really dependent on a camillus either 10% of the country. it's a struggle between the two months to get the majority. so the people you're trying to bring our people that identify themselves as politically. they would say if you asked them what they are, they'll say i've attended a muslim brotherhood meetings, but i'm a small-business owner. that's what i am. you need to convince them that there's a better future for you with their set of ideas than what they've known. that's a challenge. that's the
for secretary of state. we'll get reaction from madeleine albright. >>> plus, a company investing big by paying for all of their employees' college education. >>> and "vanity fair" photographer jonathan becker looks back on 30 years of the magazine's photos, and also some tips for buying a new tv. that and more coming up a little later on "cbs this morning." that will do it for the "morning news" this friday. friday. happy friday. appreciate you watching. i'm terrell brown in new york. take care, everybody. have a great weekend. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald >>> hi, everyone and good morning. friday is finally here! it's december 14. she's smiling. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. time now is just about 4:30. lawrence, did you hear how frank said "friday "? >> friday!! exciting folks! you know, we have some cold weather out there now. some frost advisories up plus the possibility of some rain. we will talk about that and your weekend forecast coming up. >> that's right. and it is the friday morning commute. so far things are
. but then at the end of the decade the function is there. now the world will realize that madeleine albright said if we use force it is because we're the united states of america we stand taller and see further. serial huntington said something very profound the west won the world not for security of values or religion but superiority of application of organized violence. westerners forget that the non westerners do not. but to have this policy to iraq have a million children have died and then after 9/11 fed is continue. and greasy the lions running from 8098 from 18980 iraq and afghanistan to the current administration. >> with your book the untold history of the united states. >> but what we are said is not told to the university audience but it is told in the public schools are those who get history from television so that is what we try to challenge. a report card last year but also to look at math and science with high-school seniors show proficiency in u.s. history. that the report said only 2 percent can explain what brown feet board of education was about even though it was implicit our kids d
including colin powell, madeleine albright another book "prague winter" and the late senator arlen specter had a book out in april 2020 -- 2012 "life among the campbell" and arnold schwarzenegger "total recall" . how did that do? >> guest: it did not hit expectations. sanders and he had an interesting profile piece. >> i could interview the oven governor author if you have forgotten after he left the governorship, and governor schwarzenegger had an affair with his housekeeper who fathered his son that led to his wife, maria shriver, a piece of kennedy, that is involved in everything. he comes out with 600 pages everything he has ever done growing up austria, bodybuilding fame, it this an incredible american immigrants story. he comes to america to become a movie star. he does. then governor of california. need while the affair with the housekeeper is five pages of the book. he deals with it. he made a mistake. he regrets it. it is what people say in those situations. i interviewed him on the phone the friday before he already agreed to be on "60 minutes." midway through the interview, i sh
year putting colin powell and life and leadership. madeleine albright, another book, prague winter: a personal story of remembrance at work. the late senator arlen specter had another book at april 2012, life among the cannibals and former governor arnold schwarzenegger, total recall. sarah weinman, hottie total recall two? >> guest: as far as i know it did not live up to expectations. that said i understand he had a quite interesting profile pieces of the former governor. >> guest: if you remember, with those who have forgotten after he left the governorship, this is right, he cannot but governor schwarzenegger had an affair with his housekeeper who had fathered a son. and that led to his wife, maria shriver and president kennedy involved in everything. i think filing for divorce. city comes out with 600 pages or so. if everything arnold schwarzenegger has ever done from growing up in a time australia and the bodybuilding. pages and pages about hottie building. it is incredible -- and some is an incredible american immigrant story. he becomes a movie star and then becomes governo
this past year including colin powell's it worked for me in life and leadership, madeleine albright, another book, prague winter, personal story of remembrance in war, the late senator arlen specter has a book, life among the cannibals and finally former government -- governor arnold schwarzenegger, total recall. how did total recall do? >> as far as i know it did not live up to expectations. a very interesting answer to this, i understand there's a quite interesting profile piece by the former governor. >> i got to interview the governor, for those who have forgotten, after he left the governorship, governor schwarzenegger had an affair with his housekeeper who fathered his son and that lead to his wife, maria shriver, the kennedys are involved in everything, filing for divorce. comes out with 600 pages or so, everything all schwarzenegger has ever done from growing up in austria, body building, pages and pages about bodybuilding. is an incredible and in some ways incredible american immigrant story that he comes to america, this is his dream, to become a movie star and he becomes a movie s
. woodrow wilson says we have to realize the united states is a savior of the world. but madeleine albright as the secretary of state says we use force is because we are the united states of america we are the indispensable nation and we stand tall as cease-fire. capets something from a very profound the idea and the values of religion with the added security argue the application of organized violence because they often forget that fact. the non-westerners often do, so he says it is justifiable that we can have this policy towards iraq even though half a million children have died and clinton passes the laws that basically gives the opportunity for bush to go further after with the invasion of iraq so we see the continuum, that is a part of the point that we are making. it is and democrats versus republicans we see it with the lines running you can see 1846 with mexico but we are choosing from 1899 up through iraq and afghanistan and yemen. >> it is a way of life, so in some ways -- >> we're standing on the shoulders of a lot of great americans and it's not really the diversity offices. so
people. where are the endorsers. i haven't heard from madeleine albright, hillary clinton. she just kind of out there by herself which may be a message. >> i will keep watching that one and everything else. >> mark shield, david brooks, thanks as always. and if you want even more, mark and david keep up the talk on the "doubleheader" recorded in our newsroom. that will be posted at the top of the "rundown" later tonight. >> warner: we'll be back shortly with a look at efforts to pinpoint the age of the grand canyon. but first, this is pledge week on pbs. this break allows your public television station to ask for your support. >> warner: finally tonight, just how old is the grand canyon? the conventional wisdom holds that this natural wonder of the world was shaped by the colorado about five or six million years ago. but there's been a long-running debate over whether it's much older. yesterday, researchers published a study in the journal "science," arguing these majestic formations were formed by two much older rivers cutting through the landscape some 70 million years ago, during the
and politics. former secretary of state madeleine albright recounts her childhood in czechoslovakia during the nazi invasion in "prague winter." in bill veeck, paul dickson details the life of the advocate for racial equality and players' economic rights. damien ec cols in "life after death." for an extended links of various publications' 2012 notable book
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clinton. and i had dinner with madeleine albright, she was peeking at uc davis -- speaking at uc davis, and i did a booktv session with her, but it was davis tv where we just spoke to each other in front of an audience at the monodaf i have center. she told me she never knew that bud was playing this role which was, again, quite interesting. and this is highlighted in the book. and it's no wonder that bill clinton eulogized, eulogized bud in 2000. both bud -- both bill and hillary clinton were very close to the zumwalt family. this bond was forged during renaissance weekends where they would spend time together, but where bud to this day is considered one of the great grandfathers with great respect. people always wallet to talk about bud zumwalt -- want to talk about bud zumwalt, and i think that's so revealing as well. i think the chapter on zumwalt's intelligence service in the book brings up a whole new issue. i've received lots of letters from scholars who are working on this area right now, and they were unaware as to the extent of the zumwalt intelligence service which was bette
she pulled her name out of contention. >> madeleine albright said -- do you think it still had the sting for the president and if it did, what are the implications of that in relationship with the republicans? >> i think the president has much bigger fish to fry and fighting looming with the republicans and so i don't really think this becomes a lasting issue. i think that at the end of the day, the administration probably didn't think it was helpful to have a bruising nomination fight where benghazi and libya was going to be litigated day after day at some future point which would probably consume a lot of television and news time. and i think that if that wasn't the case, if we were just talking about some tough questioning, she wouldn't have withdrawn, the administration would have made it clear, you're not going to withdraw, we don't want that. but there are just to many priorities and tough political battles ahead and a sort of uncertain economy, this was something that probably both sides, but i do think the white house deemed as unnecessary. >> the whole thing started re
, but the secretary of state madeleine albright was, and we're glad she is able to join us again. we all hope that we could sing happy birthday so loudly that you could hear as. it is important that you know how well we wish you, but we also one of the leaders in burma -- we also wanted the leaders in burma to know how strongly we felt about you as well as how hard we were willing to fight for you. mr. speaker, i know i can say that i speak for all here today when i say that our hearts are full of joy, full of joy to celebrate aung san suu kyi's leadership and her presence. is indeed an honor to be in her presence. her presence here today is remarkable. when we passed the gold medal legislation in 2008, as was said, we thought it may be given in absentia. but aung san suu kyi knew better. we knew that if we waited a bit, we could celebrate in this way. it is a symbol of the progress and burma. -- in burma. it is a sign of the bond between her and the united states. more than 15 years ago, she said to the world, please use your liberty to promote hours. -- to promote ours. with sanctions and boycotts,
it. >> secretary madeleine albright good to see you. thank you for being here. >> very good to be with you. happy holidays. >> happy holidays. >>> we want to now turn to the fiscal cliff where the deadline is now 18 days away. president obama and house speaker john boehner held a white house meeting on thursday. they did not reach an agreement, and now there are signs that any deal could be small and limited. bill plante is at the white house. bill, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. and good morning out west. the president and the speaker met for almost an hour last evening and that will be the main topic of today's white house briefing in a couple of hours. even though it's clear that the two men didn't agree last night on much of anything. the speaker left the capitol last night planning to head home to ohio for the weekend. his meeting with the president came after a day when the two sides couldn't even agree on how to address the problem. >> i've been pushing all year for us to address this problem. but here we are at the 11th hour and the presi
these countries. i think she broke all sort of records. i know that madeleine albright and condoleezza rice and colin powell traveled a lot as sack, b secretary of state, and hillary clinton broke all these records and i'm not a medical professional, but the fact that she is sick right now, i suspect that a little batch of travel, that last burst that she did over these past few weeks and months probably contributed to some of her ailments right now, the serious flu that she's been stu suffering from and the dehydration and i had a chance to spend a little time on one of those trips and she went to france, egypt and tunisia. and i accompanied her on the plane and watched what was going on. she was non-stop. she took that kind of aggressive, non-stop travel to a certain degree from her husband the former president bill clinton. i traveled with him all of the time and he was non-stop, as well. we used to do day trips to bosnia or kosovo or whatever, and hillary clinton was like that. she moved, she moved, she moved, and i suspect we'll see that from john kerry and he knows he has four years t
% of the workforce that is female and 14% hold office jobs. madeleine albright has a saying that there's a special place in hell for women who don't help women. how did you do that? any specifics about reaching out and helping people move up the ranks? >> when i have learned -- i look at people i have got to know. i still call her speaker nancy pelosi. very much open and wanting to share. women who feel secure can't give support. that's a very important element. to allow for new ideas to emerge -- not of the greatest ideas come from my office. if there are doing well, they will make me look dead. why not allow for more of that to happen? that is the management style like to see. >> is it simply talking about the pressures and how you do it? >> it is more than just talking. if you are immediately engaged, it is allowing for opportunities or allowing someone to take on any project or flush out ideas and put them in place. not everything is going to be perfect. but even if it doesn't come right, knowing someone will say it's ok. that is where you learn the most about leadership and how to perfect whe
of state to madeleine albright. she was unanimously confirmed. politics being what they are, rice was compelled to put pen to paper removing herself for consideration for the top diplomatic job writing, the position of secretary of state should not be politicized. as a sitting u.s. national security official who served in two u.s. administrations, i am saddened we have reached this point before you decided whom to nominate. as qualified as she is for her work in foreign policy, this is one area where she may be wrong because, in fact, all positions are political and politicized. well before president obama had been reelected, the fight over his cabinet nominations began. the republican opposition to rice was led early and often by senator john mccain who claimed she was unqualified for job of secretary of state and not very bright. rice's sunday talk show round up after the september 11th attacks in benghazi, libya put her in front to provide information. as it turns out, she had not written the material she delivered that day and was not dishonest about her understanding of the a
and madeleine albright is a white man. this is the last white man to serve as secretary of state. look at him, warren christopher who stepped down in 1997 during bill clinton's second term. no woman or person of color led the defense or treasury departments. it was interesting to hear the name of american express ceo float this week. white house officials approached him for joining the president's nomination as treasury secretary. is the country's first black president facing an optics problem if the cabinet is white and male? since you read my mind on this, is it ironic or a sign of progress that we have a black president and we are asking the question of whether he needs to do the diversity thing or can he feel free to sort of make his cabinet his picks and not worry about the diversity? >> so far, susan rice was his pick, she's not. then i don't know, chuck hagel. really? the most qualify? i don't know he's making good choices. i would like to see a cabinet that reflects a lot of interesting, smart choices and reflects diversity of our country. i don't know. now, you know, patrick was talk
-american. you have madeleine albright, hillary clinton, condoleeza rice, i can't even remember the last male. then you brought it up that it was colin powell. i'm not sure it has anything o do with why susan rice will not be secretary of state. >> steve: it absolutely does not. she went out and many people feel she lied to the american people to give the president of the united states political cover just before an election. >> brian: 17 days and three days to write legislation. probably less than 17 days 'til we hit the fiscal cliff. the president invited the speaker to the white house yesterday and our e-mail box, we're getting filled up. there comes the speaker and there goes the speaker. it lasted an hour and 15 minutes. did anything get ironed out? so far insiders say no. yao goldberg offered this analysis and it was pretty brilliant. >> i'm beginning to think that president obama's position is like michael corleone's position in godfather 2, my offer is nothing. his real goal is watch the republican party go up in flames and eat themselves alive. which so far seems to be working. i thi
as secretary of the state, because madeleine albright back to the clinton years, i think it was warren christopher in the first term of bill clinton back in 96 ove 96 or something -rpbgts so , so i don't know. bill: when you think about susan collins she was the moderate female senator that susan rice went to capitol hill to meet with. if they got susan collins support she'd be okay and susan collins came out and blasted susan rice. >> susan collins is interting because susan rice had a connection to main. what happens when someone is nominated for a position there is a senator from their home state who introduces them to the committee, and it was susan collins who introduced susan rice to the committee back in 2009, and you're quite right. there were some people like lindsey graham and john mccain who were against susan rice and i'm not sure anything was going to satisfy them. when she went to see a quite moderate republican like susan collins and she came out and said she had more questions than before the meeting. i've never seen when there's been a nomination -- even before there i
. there is a special place in hell for women that do not help other women, said madeleine albright. >> what i learned from a great women leaders like nancy pelosi , very much open and wanting to share. women who feel secure about themselves can give support to other women. that is an important element. to allow for new ideas to emerge. great ideas come from other women that are doing some great things. if they are doing well, they are going to make me look good. that is the kind of spirit i like to see. >> are the small things women can do? is it talking about the pressures? >> it is more than just talking. if you are engaged in a work environment together, it is allowing for somebody to take on any project or allowing somebody to flush out ideas and put them in place and then learn from that. not everything is going to be perfect. "it is ok. we are going to work on getting a better." that is when you learn about how to perfect what you want to do. that happens in any environment. we need to talk about it more directly. those discussions are always tapered down for women. >> what you wish you knew wh
an emotional whether to the secretary of state madeleine albright for the secretary's personal health. january 9th 1999 the times article said the had been fighting for months for more security in the embassy, more secure in the sea in the face of manning terrorist threats. secretary albright to "the new york times" reports took no action and months later on august 7th the american embassy in tanzania and kenya were simultaneously bombed by car bombs. he founded a number of diplomatic security staff on the day of the attack and in the months and the weeks leading up to it was the inadequate, despite the repeated requests through the special mission in benghazi and the embassy's for the additional staffing hanft. there was a pervasive realization that served in benghazi that wasn't a high priority. so my question, a couple questions, three of them, and the lead up to the top for president obama, vice president joe biden or secretary clinton aware of the repeated request for how upgrades. second, why wasn't president obama and vice president joe biden the secretary clinton interviewed? hawken on
as madeleine albright, another democrat, but you had as many powerful republican leaders, future leaders, are as powerful democratic leaders. >> the president should be doing every week, almost every day, you have to be meeting with some of them, having dinner with them, talking to them, chatting. >> yes. >> and also threatening occasionally. >> by the way, mika has circled all the dinner guests that you've had over the years. >> some of them worked for my dad. >> it's the same principle that works in journalism, everyone knows if you're going to garn aeroreport, it's far better to get a source face-to-face. it's far bettory get a source of the fund than a person via e-mail. >> and best of all to have a relati relationship with them. >> it's just intimacy that happens between a source and a reporter. >> this president does not like that. he's not comfortable in this person, lbj, jfk. >> i think part of it has to do with the fact he is still relatively new to politics. this is someone who was an obscure state senator back in 2004, and he rose meteorcally through the ranks. he spent little
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